Rumors of Kenya Moore's alleged firing from "The Real Housewives of Atlanta" have been swirling for the past several weeks and now, a new report claims that while she has been fired from her full-time role, she hasn't been removed from the Bravo TV series completely. Instead, she has allegedly been demoted from her full-time role to a part-time position on the show.

“Shooting starts in two weeks and [Kenya Moore] will not hold a peach!” a source told Radar Online on May 29. According to the report, Moore was demoted after her Bravo TV producers became upset that she refused to allow them to film her June 2017 wedding in St.

Lucia with husband Marc Daly. Although Moore recently revealed she and Marc Daly were expecting their first child together, the baby news wasn't enough to save Moore from the demotion.

Kenya Moore has failed to deliver on 'The Real Housewives of Atlanta'

As the source explained to Radar Online, Bravo TV executives have been having a hard time with Moore on "The Real Housewives of Atlanta" in past months and don't feel that she has delivered what fans are wanting to see. They are even on the verge of stripping her from her potential "friend" role on the series as they allegedly plan to hone in on new cast member Eva Marcille, who joined the series last year.

According to the insider, Kenya Moore and Sheree Whitfield have both been booted from "The Real Housewives of Atlanta" by Eva Marcille, who is currently preparing to marry fiancé Michael Sterling.

“Eva’s wedding is a better story,” the source explained.

“A final decision hasn’t been made on [Kenya Moore], but she is definitely not a fulltime housewife,” the insider continued.

Which 'RHOA' stars are returning for season 11?

According to Radar Online, NeNe Leakes, Porsha Williams, Cynthia Bailey, and Kandi Burruss are all expected to return to the Bravo TV series for the show's 11th season.

As fans may recall, Kim Zolciak returned to the show for season 10 after a several season hiatus but ultimately decided to announce she was quitting after filming on the reunion wrapped earlier this year. That said, Zolciak, who was featured in a part-time role last year, isn't leaving Bravo completely and will soon return to the network for the seventh season of her spinoff, "Don't Be Tardy."

Straight From The A was first to report news of Kenya Moore's firing from "The Real Housewives of Atlanta." At the time of their report, they mentioned the reality star could be offered a part-time role after being cut from the show's full-time cast.